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Planning Constraint Checker:
Use the Interactive Policies Map 2014 to ascertain what planning policies affect a particular property or area of land within the District.
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Planning Enforcement Plan revised (July 2021)
The Council's revised Planning Enforcement Plan was agreed by Members of Infrastructure, Housing & Economic Development Committee on 22 June 2021. The revised plan sets out how Officers must deal with alledged breaches of planning control and what the public can expect from the service. It is available to view below:
May Planning Committee: (May 2021)
The next Planning Committee is taking place at Watersmeet Theatre on Thursday 27 May at 7.30pm. It will not be held virtually. For more information on the meeting please click here.
Written ministerial Statement: (April 2021)
The Government have published a written ministerial statement as part of their COVID-19 response roadmap out of lockdown. The statement includes further extensions to temporary construction hours and asks for Council's to take a positive and flexible approach to planning enforcement to support economic recovery. The department's FAQs have therefore been updated in light of the statement and can be acccessed using the links below:
For those wishing to extend their construction hours please see the guidance provided within the FAQs page.
Policy CP4 Evidence reviewed: December 2020
The Council has reviewed local evidence and is of the view that affordable housing need continues to deserve significant weight. It is considered that the National Planning Policy Framework does not outweigh the weight to be attached to local evidence of affordable housing need in Three Rivers. As such, proposals for residential development of sites of 10 dwellings or less will continue to contribute towards the provision of affordable housing.
For further details relating to Policy CP4 please click here.
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